Conversations by Leslie A. Fischman
I think conversations are supposed to be slow motion. Not to overwhelm the other party to whom you're having a conversation with. In today's day in age with text messaging it's easy to get carried away in any conversation. Often times stating too much without a response in anticipation of a response or in defense of self. -It's important to never be too defensive over ones thoughts and emotions and to always think of others first. -This is how to achieve balance in any conversation. How your reader feels should always come first in any conversation. -Too much of anything is annoying especially to your readers I've found this out the hard way. -Social Media therefore should be a place of limited communications in order to preserve real life communications which can be instead by text or by telecommunications. -Everything you say has an impact on the person to whom you're speaking too, always be wary of their feelings and responses. Timing is everything, it's never too late to earn a reply, this is often achieved by how we carry ourselves online -in turn affects our real life communications. Don't make things awkward for yourself over sharing amongst your friends, and always choose friends who know you best not likely to pass judgment upon you.